JOB Vacancy Announcement #: 3679
Job Title: Static CCCM – Community Mobilization Officer (NES)
Application deadline: 9/28/2020
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
CVs should be in English Language and in Word or PDF format.
o Graduated from the university degree (i.e. at least Bachelor level);
o At least three-years’ experience working in an international/local NGO or for an international institution (e.g. agencies);
o At least 1-year experience working in the Communication with Communities / Governance activities with an international/local NGO or for an international Institutions (e.g. agencies) in a camp
o At least 1-year experience managing a team of assistants;
o Proficient skills with the Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. particularly in PowerPoint and Word);
o Fluency in Arabic (i.e. i.e. spoken and written);
o Very good to excellent level of English (i.e. spoken and written);
o Does not reside in the camp or work for another actor active in the camp;
o Strong attention to details.
o More than a year managerial experience, including leading/supervising staff, report writing, meeting facilitation;
o University degree in a relevant subject (i.e. social science, public administration, communication, English literature);
o Ability to translate questionnaire from English to local language;
o Ability to operate in a cross-cultural environment requiring flexibility;
o Certificate/Training in web-design / data visualization.
The Community Mobilization Officer manages the provision of information to the camp residents and to the camp self-governance structures on ongoing/planned operations within the camp. Furthermore, while guaranteeing an appropriate level of information to camp residents on operations that affect their daily lives, the Community Mobilization Officer ensures the establishment/support of processes to collect camp residents’/self-governance structures’ feedbacks on ongoing/planned operations in the camp and ensure that they influence any decision on operations in the camp. While completing the above-mentioned tasks, the Community Mobilization Officer supervises the Community Mobilization team composed of the Self-Governance assistants and CCCM outreach workers.
CHAIN OF COMMAND
Under the authority of:
– CCCM Team Leader.
– CCCM Self-governance assistant
– CCCM Outreach workers WORKING RELATIONS
– Other units of CCCM team;
– HR department;
– Logistics for CCCM suppliers;
– Finance for payments of outreach workers;
– Camp administration;
– IDPs in and out of the site;
– Humanitarian Partners (INGO/NGO; humanitarian agencies).
- Develop/implement/follow-up of an effective Communication with Communities (CwC) Scheme;
- Establish/Support self-governance structures from the camp;
- Manage the Community mobilization team;
- Report on CwC/Self-governance activities to the CCCM Team Leader.
- Implement/Follow up all self-governance activities in the camp:
- Carry out an effective Communication with Communities Scheme:
o Manage CCCM CwC activities in the camp, including preparing a schedule for broadcasting and ensuring regular recording and broadcasting of awareness messages and public information announcements to the community;
o Engage actively the community in CwC activities through listening groups and FGD;
o Ensure that camp residents feedbacks are trickled up during operational/sectorial/ad hoc meetings and influence the partners’ implementation strategy;
o Ensure immediate action is taken to address camp residents request for information on service provided within the camp;
o Prepare and share with relevant stakeholders (i.e. actors active on site, regional coordination bodies, local authorities) monthly report on CwC activities in the camp, reporting on completed activities/challenges, communicating on planned ones and stress out potential gaps/foreseeable challenges.
- Establish/Support site governance structures
o Manage CCCM Self-governance activities in the camp, including preparing a schedule for
community consultation on favoured governance structures, organization of elections/appointment (if required) and draft site governance structure ToRs (if required);
o Develop/provide trainings to the appointed head of self-governance structures in the camp (i.e. Humanitarian Principles, SPHERE Standards…);
o Facilitate the organization / monitor self-governance structures’ weekly meetings;
o Organize community-lead event in consultation with heads of self-governance structures;
o Prepare and share with relevant stakeholders (i.e. actors active on site, regional coordination bodies, local authorities) monthly report on Self-governance activities in the camp, reporting on completed activities/challenges, communicating on planned ones and stress out potential gaps/foreseeable challenges
- Ensure protection mainstreaming through the CwC/Self-governance activities
o Support and consider gender, protection, and GBV concerns in all aspects of activities;
o Adhere and Promote to Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse principles and guidelines (for site residents, ACTED staff, partner agencies);
o Support and promote participation of women, youth, and marginalised groups;
o Refer immediately protection cases identified to ACTED Protection Officer for referral to protection actors.
- Manage the Governance unit:
- Ensure Management of CwC/Site governance activities
o Support CCCM Team Leader in devising weekly and long-term work plans for the implementation of CwC and Self-governance activities;
o Ensure regular follow-ups on weekly and long-term work plan implementation of CwC and Self-governance activities;
o Provide inputs for the elaboration of Procurement plans as requested by the Team Leader;
o Attend weekly CCCM team meetings;
o Flag directly foreseen challenges / issues arise in link with the CwC and Self-governance activities to CCCM Team Leader, including security incidents;
o Attend inter-actor Operational/Sectorial/Ad hoc meetings in the camp;
o Support to CCCM Team Leader in identifying areas for improvement and developing site strategy;
o Ensure accurate record keeping of project documentation, including photos, as requested by the CCCM Team Leader;
o Ensure compliance to ACTED internal procedures and donor procedures;
o Ensure thorough reporting (i.e. externally: monthly CwC and Self-governance activities internally: weekly to CCCM Team Leader).
o Participation in recruitment of new staff, under guidance of the CCCM Team Leader;
o Day to day supervision and management of CCCM Community Mobilization assistants and CCCM Outreach workers (i.e. attendance sheet signature, follow-up with finance…)
o Commitment to continuous learning through trainings and timely identification of capacity-building needs and opportunities, in coordination with the CCCM Team Leader / HR department.
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
- # of monthly report on CwC/Self-governance submitted on time (i.e. last day of the month);
- # of training(s) completed with self-governance structures;
- # of community-lead events held in consultation with the camp population.
Advertiser : Confidential غير معلن
Duty Station: Amuda- Washokani Camp
How to Apply:
Well qualified candidates, including women, are strongly encouraged to apply”
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- Read the job description carefully
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Only short listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.